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Wireless communications firm T-Mobile South has sued DeKalb County a second time in its continuing efforts to erect cellphone towers on public school propertie
Although debate over the sale, possession and use of firearms came to the forefront in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings, attorneys involved with firearms law know that there were troub
...was a founder and managing partner. • Withers Bergman has added Corrado Manuali as head...
The office holiday party: a chance to kick back, enjoy drinks with your colleagues and, perhaps, get sued. Sing along with these hits and you won't have any trouble
GrowLife, a public company whose products are used in the cultivation of marijuana, has hired Crowell & Moring to advise it on regulatory compliance and M&A matters amid a surge in public support for
Daivd B. Saxe, an associate justice of the Appellate Division, First Department, reflects upon important qualities that a good appellate judge should possess
...dispose of?"— Kenneth Withers, deputy executive director, The Sedona Conference. (Also...
Andreas Sch?nbeck, an attorney-at-law in Denmark, reviews legislation recently passed in the European Union affecting terms of payment in commercial transactions governed by the law of a member state
...art lawyer, joined Withers Bergman in New York in 2008 after leaving Sidley when...
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